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John C. ...Knowing what *should* be done and *how* is knowing technique. I can help put your math in tune! With a PhD in Electrical Engineering and years of experience in both academic, applied research, and commercial settings, I bring a wealth of real world experience to problem solving, from fields as diverse as digital signal processing, machine learning, and psychophysiology.
5 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, electrical engineering
Stoneham, MA
Matt L. ...I use Stata and R and can teach at any level, including graduate-level multivariate statistics, regression, and econometrics. I earned A+'s in Econometrics and Microeconomics at MIT. My teaching focus is in mathematical economics, including multivariate statistics, regression, and convex analysis.
29 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, English
Boston, MA
Jonathan P. ...I feel particularly adept at teaching this subject because it straddles quantitative and qualitative approaches. This seems to throw off many student, but I find that once they get the hang of "telling a story with numbers" they flourish. I worked for 2 years with one of the leading in-home tut...
40 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, reading
Sudbury, MA
Chacha D. ...For fun: I like to learn new languages (studied Spanish, Italian, French in high school, and Chinese while at MIT-- though sadly I'm not fluent in any of them, still fun to practice!). I LOVE anything food related (pics, cooking, baking, eating...) and actually studied cooking in Italy during the...
25 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, Spanish, calculus
Cambridge, MA
Cristiana P. ...I also have experience tutoring friends and family members in the subject. For a while I was enrolled in Greek school and would help out friends that were struggling. This language is not just a matter of memorization, and is not so incomprehensible as people often think.
23 Subjects: including statistics, reading, Spanish, calculus
Framingham, MA

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